- Since Microsoft announced Windows 11, TPM support has been one of the main user concerns.
- The TPM 2.0 security chips are one of the main system requirements for running the new OS.
- Taiwanese company Biostar announced the production of motherboards that support Windows 11.
- In this article, you can see the list of both Intel and AMD series motherboards produced by the Taiwanese company.
Ever since Microsoft announced their new operating system, all that everyone talks about is getting it ow to smoothly upgrade the latest system.
In order to actually achieve this and get Windows 11 working on your device, it needs to support the Trusted Platform Module (TPM), which can ensure and strengthen system security.
These motherboards will support Microsoft’s new OS
After all the commotion that Microsoft caused after officially announcing their brand new flagship OS, some companies decided to rise to the challenge and deliver some Windows 11 supporting products.
Taiwanese company Biostar Microtech International Corp. recently stated that they perfected some hardware that will come in handy for users who want to run Windows 11 on their machines.
A list of their motherboards, that support TPM chip version 2.0 and Secure Boot for easy, hassle-free Windows 11 installation has already been published.
Thus, users that own any of the following motherboards, listed on Biostar’s current support upgrade list, can now use the BIOS default settings to directly upgrade their operating system to Windows 11, without performing any changes.
As you remember, the TPM security chips are a major part of Microsoft’s list of requirements for running the new OS.
Since the tech company first made the announcement, these TPM chips have become more expensive, and also harder and harder to find.
The Redmond-based tech giant also specified that some systems will be able to run Windows 11 even without fulfilling this important requirement.
Also, recently, Microsoft shared some more important information with the public, regarding this whole TPM matter. Apparently, Windows 11 will ship with a new, optional, TPM Diagnosis tool.
The above-mentioned tool will now give all administrators the ability to query the TPM chip for stored information.
Have you prepared your device for Windows 11? If so, what setup do you deem most appropriate for running this software? Let us know in the comments section below.